Last Limb Reveals Organic Panic

By Ashley Woodcock, 9 months ago
GameMill Entertainment will be handling publishing duties for independent developer Last Limb's upcoming puzzle-platformer Organic Panic. The side-scrolling and physics-based title will offer single-player, co-op action and competitive multiplayer when the game arrives digitally on the Xbox One.

With the aid of the DAFT (Destructible and Fluid Technology) Engine, the game will be full of destructible environments and dynamic liquids. Solve problems and overcome obstacles by manipulating almost anything in the game. Players will be able to be creative in their manipulation as there's plenty of different features to take advantage of: "earth can be smashed through, wood floats and burns, lightning conducts, ice slips and melts, water flows and douses fire, rubber bounces, acid disintegrates and more!"

The game promises to offer fast-paced action and mind-boggling challenges in over 200 levels. Choose between four elementally charged heroes - Cherry, Kiwi, Carrot and Coconut - and take part in the war against the "evil technological empire of the Meats and Cheeses". Wage war alone or team up with up to four other players in local co-op or versus multiplayer.

Anatole Branch, co-founder of Last Limb, believes the title will be ideal for playing with family and friends:

True to a game about fighting food families, Organic Panic is the product of years of hard work alongside my brother, Damon, and we’re so excited to finally bring it to these two new communities. It’s got a lighthearted, old-school attitude that makes it a blast for sharing with friends and family on the couch.
There's certainly a lot to take in in these colourful and busy screens:



Organic Panic is scheduled to release this month on the Xbox One, although the window for the unspecified March release is closing fast.
Ashley Woodcock
Written by Ashley Woodcock
Assistant News Manager for TrueAchievements and member of the Newshounds team since 2010. Lover of completions, tough achievements, shooters, action, adventure and racing titles, hip-hop, NBA, and my Scooby. Finding it hard to pull myself away from The Division and its dangerous Dark Zone.